By Pete Rust

Wolves take hard loss to Uintah


September 1, 2022

Photo courtesy of Stephanie Peterson

Green River's running back, Bracken Miller, pulls away from Utes' defense at the first home game of the year. Miller, a senior, is one of the five team captains for the football team.

Last Friday night the Green River Wolves took on the 0-2 Uintah Utes at Wolves stadium and came away with a 42-7 defeat. Uintah had the advantage of having already played two games and had about an equal number of upperclassmen. Uintah's defense was able to put pressure on the Wolves' quarterback throughout the night, and their offense controlled the line of scrimmage a good portion of the game, which enabled their offense to make some big plays both in the passing and running game.

Uintah got the ball to start the game but the Wolves defense - led by, among others, Jeremiah Selmo, Nate Mit...

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